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Old 2006-01-06, 08:13   Link #21
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GameCube Imports! Buy Em Here Info Here on how to Play Em!

The Freeloader is the thing that allows you to play Imports on your gamecube thats right all the Naruto Games if you want! And its ez and simple to use! ---> http://www.play-asia.com/SOap-23-83-...-j-70-1ik.html Price:US$22.90


To Play Any Of The Imports Im Listing For GameCube you will ne that nifty lil Device up above just make sure you buy the freeloader same time you buy the imports or before >.<

[Note] All Naruto Games For GC are perfect for fans and only those who are picky mongers will not like it...and i take it mainly fans will be buying it anyways...

Naruto: Gekitou Ninja Taisen 4 ---> http://www.play-asia.com/SOap-23-83-...-j-70-ui0.html Price:US$64.90

This isnt a import its if you must have to cheat you can use this Action Replay....
---> http://www.play-asia.com/SOap-23-83-...-j-70-1hp.html Price:US$24.90


Bleach GC! Tasogare Ni Mamieru Shinigami <--- Its not the best but its good more along the lines for Fans of the Anime they Love anything with Bleach >.< ---> http://www.play-asia.com/SOap-23-83-...-j-70-z3x.html Price:US$59.90

If you simply love Harvest moon to pieces ---> Harvest Moon: Poem of Happiness for World ---> http://www.play-asia.com/SOap-23-83-...j-70-11ww.html Price:US$19.90

Naruto: Gekitou Ninja Taisen 3 ---> http://www.play-asia.com/SOap-23-83-...-j-70-9qa.html Price:US$64.90


Naruto: Gekitou Ninja Taisen 2 ----> http://www.play-asia.com/SOap-23-83-...-j-70-2n1.html Price:US$29.90


Game Plain Naruto This game is a must get before you try the others as its a great transition From Super Smash Brothers So you Will Get used to the controls Faster then Simpson Shrunk that glove >.< --> http://www.play-asia.com/SOap-23-83-...-j-70-280.html Price:US$ 29.90
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Old 2006-01-06, 08:21   Link #22
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thanks for the links
isnt there more "anime" games for the ps2?
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Old 2006-02-27, 11:47   Link #23
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yea I got some, you wan em. They're G-Breaker, J-Phoenix, Usagi and The Seed. Also try Gametz, TGN and ncsx.
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Old 2006-03-01, 03:06   Link #24
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I'm curious of what play-asia gives you as a freebee, I've ordered two items in the past and durring christmas, got stickers and my recent purchase came with a Sony calender.
Along with these purcahses comes with a $5 coupon which is cool since my next order will be SD Gundam Gashapon Wars for GCN.
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Old 2006-03-16, 05:39   Link #25
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I saw Japanese import DS games at Electronic Frys for $50... that Shounen Jump Super Smash Brothers-style game and some Naruto fighter. I think that there were a few others too.

That was pretty surprising...
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Old 2006-04-19, 03:16   Link #26
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Me can recommend japanpa,
now a part of my favourite import shops.
Unfortunately their Quick find option doesn't work well with firefox,
just switch to advance mode.

Btw,
always compare the prices (include the P&P cost) of each retailer before ordering,
sometimes the best deals isn't really the best one.
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Old 2006-05-02, 20:52   Link #27
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http://www.paletweb.com/

The prices there are cheaper than Himeya.
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Old 2006-05-02, 21:25   Link #28
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Cheaper in the console area anyway. As a matter of fact that site doesn't have any PC games for sale. Plus from what I saw their selection is kind of lacking...
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Old 2006-05-05, 07:57   Link #29
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Originally, paletweb only sold console games and dojin games until recently they put pc games catelogs on their website.

Check up this section for new released/ pre-ordered pc games:
http://www.paletweb.com/search.asp?Sellect_Platform=23
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Old 2006-05-30, 11:14   Link #30
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uuhm well i have a question, about this all, i am interested in buying the new Hack/GU game, but the hting is i dont have a credit card, cannot do cheques, the only thing i can do is by banking the money over to another bank acount that is of the coorperation, are there sites that allow payment like that? by banking the money to their bank acount?

but i have heard of somehting called Paypal, but before i start messing up, waste my money by it, could someone tell me how it works? maybe it can solve my problem of payment methods so that i dont have to bank the money to another bank acount with the use of internet banking
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Old 2006-06-08, 16:48   Link #31
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Do you guys have any places that specialise in the UK?

I could do with gettin the latest naruto game...
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Old 2006-06-08, 17:56   Link #32
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the only thing i can do is by banking the money over to another bank acount that is of the coorperation, are there sites that allow payment like that? by banking the money to their bank acount?
It is called bank transfer (or sometimes fund transfer).
Play-asia does accept such payment method, but also alternative methods as well, like Moneybookers, paypal etc.
I reckon you should check the help section from each shop, because it varies.

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Originally Posted by -KarumA-
but i have heard of somehting called Paypal, but before i start messing up, waste my money by it, could someone tell me how it works? maybe it can solve my problem of payment methods so that i dont have to bank the money to another bank acount with the use of internet banking
Basically you setup an account with paypal, wait till it gets verified,
then topup money onto it, from you bank account, wait few days till the
money appears on your account and then make a payment.
Or you can pay directly via debit or credit card, but over paypal.
Like before, best to do is to read the help stuff from the paypal site.

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Do you guys have any places that specialise in the UK?

I could do with gettin the latest naruto game...
If you order from yesasia you won't need to worry about customs.
If you're ordering it from a non European shops, such as Play-asia,
ask them to mark it down (to £18 or max £30 if they are based in the US)
If you need more help about importing stuff to the uk,
i suggest you to visit the ntsc-uk forum,
they also have Buy, Sell & Exchange section.
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Old 2006-07-09, 22:48   Link #33
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Is YesAsia.com trustworthy?

I'm looking to buy some Japanese imports and was wondering if YesAsia.com was a trustworthy website.

Thanks
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Old 2006-07-09, 22:57   Link #34
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From my sister's experience, she bought a couple of ARIA volumes from Taiwan, a couple of Ouran volumes in raw Japanese and another yaoi manga and she's never had a problem. They do overcharge a bit though.
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Old 2006-07-09, 23:00   Link #35
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Ok, thanks a lot. I was actually looking at some of their PC game imports. They were the cheapest I've seen so far for PC imports.
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Old 2006-07-24, 04:15   Link #36
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Chinese games - where to get?

I used to play Chinese RPG games back when I was younger in my home country (no, not China, HK, or Taiwan ). Er, well, I played some after I came here to the U.S., namely 絕代雙驕 I & II. Ok, so I don't have the facility to type chinese so I copied that name from the other thread.

Anyway, I've seen a couple of Japanese games that look really nice but unfortunately I can't read Japanese. I don't like playing a game without knowing the story. However, my Chinese is better (though not that good) and I know (in the past) that some Japanese games get translated into Chinese. Also, there are some good Chinese games as well (that thread above mentions a few) so I was wondering where I could buy them from the U.S.

I know YesAsia has some, but are there other sites that sell Chinese PC games that I can order from the U.S.? As I mentioned, my Chinese is average (well, elementary-school level + a bit more) so I have trouble reading through Chinese web sites easily to find the info I want. If you could give some recommendations of such sites that would be great. If they are in Chinese then I will slowly read through them. At least it is easier than searching for it in the first place.

Thanks!
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Old 2006-07-30, 23:20   Link #37
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I would say that thats a nice site IF it had Tokimeki Memorial 2 the game that seems Impossible to find now.But nope it does not have it.
That game is a tough one. Try ebay and look for the limited edition because its more common although pricey in the $90-$120 range. I have no idea why though. Or try anime conventions and small shops that carry import anime and manga. I got one of mine for $25 (standard edition)
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Old 2006-08-01, 19:13   Link #38
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http://www.play-asia.com is the best.
cheapest and easiest to navigate so far.
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Old 2006-08-13, 14:43   Link #39
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Buying Visual novels in the U.S.

Are there any online stores in U.S. that sell Visual Novels? Thanks
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Old 2006-09-07, 11:39   Link #40
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i use play asia alot.

I recently got Naruto: Saikyo Ninja Daikesshu 4 for 24$, 26$ with shipping. Freaking Awsome deal, the game is great to. Next thing im importing is Jump Ultimate stars.

Oh yeah, I also got the game in 5 buisness days, thats fast.
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